Indoor air quality is defined as the state of the air that’s around and within the structure of a home or building. During professional inspections, it can be determined whether the quality of air inside your home is clean, contaminated or polluted. Thankfully, your HVAC company can help you in finding ways to improve the quality of air in your home.
Poor indoor air quality may result in breathing problems and symptoms of asthma. While there are plenty of helpful advancements in a variety of HVAC systems, these can only do so much to guarantee a clean and safe environment for your home. You still have to regularly clean your surroundings and disinfect when necessary. Furthermore, you can lessen the risk of pollutants that may cause these conditions with proper insulation.
When your home is properly insulated, pollutants from outside your home or those that have managed to find a way to squeeze in through cracks on walls, windows, doors, ventilation, etc. can be contained. Insulation in the attic and beneath the walls of your home can serve as an added protection against these pollutants.
Since unwanted air is kept out of the structure of your home through insulation, indoor air quality is further improved. Even better, insulation can help conserve energy greatly. When cool or warm air remains within your home, then the HVAC system, which consumes energy, wouldn’t have to work as much.
Looking for the right kind of insulation to help improve indoor air quality in your home? All Florida Insulation is here to help. We are available in Orlando, Longwood, Lake Mary, Ocoee, Sanford, and nearby areas. We offer high-quality spray foam insulation Orlando, radiant barriers, fiberglass insulation, and many more. Speak to one of the experts in our team today to learn more about your insulation options. Call 407-410-FOAM (3626) to get a free estimate!
Chris has been an insulation professional for more than two decades, and has experience with all types of residential and commercial insulation products. His passion is green energy and effective insulation applications.